The Incite Mill

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The Incite Mill
Directed by Hideo Nakata
Produced by Taka Ichise
Written by Satoshi Suzuki
Based on The Incite Mill
by Honobu Yonezawa
Music by Kenji Kawai
Cinematography Junichiro Hayashi
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
  • 16 October 2010 (2010-10-16)
Country Japan
Language Japanese

The Incite Mill (インシテミル 7日間のデス・ゲーム, Inshite Miru: 7-kakan no desu gemu, The Incite Mill: 7-Day Death Game) is a 2010 Japanese psychological thriller directed by Hideo Nakata.[1] The movie is based on Honobu Yonezawa's novel The Incite Mill.


Ten people are promised a dream job that pays 112,000 yen ($1,236 US dollars) per hour, no experience or qualifications necessary. They are then taken to a remote underground complex where they are locked up and forced to participate in a murderous game that will last for seven days.[2]


Movie Cast[edit]


  • Song Title: Shinjitemiru (シンジテミル), translates to: See the Truth
  • Label: Victor Entertainment (VTCL-35101)
  • Release Date: October 13, 2010
  • This is Nakabayashi Mei's 3rd single release under her stage name of May'n, who is singer contracted under Horipro's Music Label Victor Entertainment.


On 18 January 2010 Horipro confirmed Hideo Nakata as director of the film adaptation of the 2007 mystery novel Inshite Miru (The Incite Mill) by Honobu Yonezawa.[3] Shooting began in March 2010.[4] Tatsuya Fujiwara, Haruka Ayase and Satomi Ishihara were cast in the leading roles.[5][6] Satoshi Suzuki wrote the screenplay.[7]


The film was released in the Japanese theaters on 16 October 2010.[8]


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